Eternity in Their Hearts - Part I: A World Prepared for the Gospel, The Melchizedek Factor; Chapter 2: Peoples of the Lost Book, pp. 76-96 Summary & Analysis

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Part I: A World Prepared for the Gospel, The Melchizedek Factor; Chapter 2: Peoples of the Lost Book, pp. 76-96 Summary

The Karen are not the only group of people in the Burma/India/China area who are waiting for God's book to come back to them. In the 1800s, there are many groups who hold out, not converting to Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, or Confucianism. These groups, which include the Kachin, the Lahu, the Wa, the Shan, the Palaung, the Kui, the Lisu, the Naga, and the Mizo, have some belief in one God who is over everything else, and most of them are waiting for the return of the book from God, which has been lost.

In 1817, an American Baptist missionary named Adoniram Judson comes to Burma...

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